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Digital Reference DR-VX1 Dynamic Cardioid Vocal Microphone
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      Digital Reference DR-VX1 Dynamic Cardioid Vocal Microphone (270430)
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World-class vocal reproduction for the stage at a shockingly low price!

The Digital Reference DR-VX1 is a cardioid vocal microphone that boasts a tough capsule designed specifically to take the hard knocks of stage and road work. The DR-VX1 dynamic mic's rugged all-metal body and heavy-duty grille guarantee stellar performance under years of hard use. Pro-style stand clamp. 60Hz-12kHz frequency response.

Digital Reference DR-VX1 Dynamic Cardioid Vocal Microphone Features:

  • Outstanding vocal reproduction
    Roadworthy capsule design
    Rugged all-metal body and heavy-duty grille
    Includes professional style stand clamp
    60Hz-12kHz frequency response
    -53dB sensitivity




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  • Good Sound, but not for hand held vocals.

    As reviewed by Oysters and Beer on 7/31/2009

    I bought Digital Reference DR-VX1 Dynamic Cardioid Vocal Microphone on the recommendation from the sales person. It is, and feels very durable in its construction, should stand up to years of abuse. It has good sound for a mic in this price range. I do agree with other reviews that it is probably more of an entry level mic, you have to get very close to it to get a good sound, so don't expect it to be like a SM-58. It has a bright sound, and picks up the highs and lows that you need to sound good enough for most small venues. The only problem I see with the mic, is when you handle it, the chord, or touch the mic stand, you can here every move or sound made. This does not happen with more expensive mics. You cannot hand hold this mic in any way shape or form without it being noticed. I tried recording with it, and did not get very far. Put it on a stand, don't touch it, and sing, and it works great. I'd rate it a solid four stars if it weren't for this. Bottom line, if I was on a tight budget, or in a crunch I'd buy one. It gets used for back up singing sometimes, or mic'ing an amp or drum, but for lead vocals, or general stage use, I'd still take an SM-58 over this any day.

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  • DR-VX1

    As reviewed by Issac S. on 2/14/2011

    The VX1 is a decent microphone. Great for beginners. I have it for about one year. No problems with it. The body is very durable, but the grill can easily damage. The sound is great, hardly any feedback. A few problems is that you really have to scream or get it very close to your mouth in order for it to sound loud enough for people to hear you. I recommend the microphone for back up vocals or for beginners. However, if you want a good microphone to use, and not replace it, I recommend buying another microphone.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
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  • Great for the price, excellent podcaster!

    As reviewed by GuruJ on 4/18/2010

    I bought this mic to record high quality guided meditations & hypnosis mp3s. I got it on sale making it a great buy. When I first got it I cheaped out on the cable & it sounded bad. When I changed to xlr monster it made it huge difference. The mic sounds as good as any condenser I have used in a studio (I do voice overs professionally as well.) The one thing I like is that you do have to get very close to get perfect reproduction. This means I can take a deep breath to the side without it being pickedup. Even a deep swallow when you turn away from it isn't picked up. My use: I sit having the mic on a stand with a pop screen (must have a pop screen). I record about an inch away directly in front or you won't get perfect repro. If your'e in a band make sure you sing into the foamy cover thingy. For podcasting (knowing it's response/pickup profile) I find it to be perfect.

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